Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Somalia Food and Economy

Somalia Food and Economy 



Use products from camels, goat's, and cattle is a major meals for Somali herdsmen and nomadic families. Young men looking after camel herds during rain may consume up to ten quarts of milk a day. Aging camels may be killed for their various meats, especially when visitors are expected for a party, and the unhealthy camel's problem is considered a intracacies. Meat, such as liver organ, from lambs and goat's also is well-known, but various meats is provided only a few times a month, usually on special events. Durra (a feed sorghum), baby, times, feed, and tea are other meals basics for nomads. Farm owners in the southeast part of Somalia grow maize, coffee beans, sorghum, millet, crush, and a few other fruit and vegetables. Boiled millet and feed are basics, but feed must be brought in.

The most well-known breads is muufo, a flat breads made from ground maize flour. Somalis period their meals with butter and ghee, the clear fluid skimmed from dissolved butter. They also enhance their meals with sugar, sorghum, or baby. A holdover from French language profession in the south is a love for rice and marinara marinade. Although seafood is numerous in the ocean off the Somali coast, Somalis generally do not like seafood. Using the Islamic trust, they do not eat chicken or consume alcohol. Use products, tea, coffee, and water are favorite beverages. Bubbly beverages are available in places.
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